The club pay the player's buyout clause and Feixas returns after becoming one of the standout goalkeepers in the league
Barça have reached a agreement to sign Miquel Feixas through to June 30, 2024, on a deal with an option for an additional season. The club have paid the player's buyout clause to the RFEF for a move from Industrias Santa Coloma, pending a medical in the coming days.
Feixas is a 22-year-old goalkeeper born in Barcelona on September 4th 1997. He represented the club at youth level between 2012 and 2018, and has played for the past two seasons with Industrias Santa Coloma, where he has become one of the standout goalkeepers in the league. He has also been an international for Spain at Under-18 and Under-21 level.
Feixas won three Under-19s Spanish Championships and the Segunda Division title during his first spell at the club, making his first team debut on September 18 2015 against Jumilla. He was third choice goalkeeper for the first team between 2016/17 and 2017/18.
"I'm very happy to be coming back home"
Feixas said of the deal: "I am very happy to be coming back home to the club of my city, where I spent six years before. Now, after two years at Santa Coloma, I think that I return as a much more mature player. It will be a pleasure to represent the club again, and I am eager to be back with everybody at the Palau. I am sure that the team and the fans, united, will join together to achieve all of our aims, win trophies and have fun."